Another OnePlus 8 Pro leak teases bright display, new haptics, OxygenOS optimization

The OnePlus 8 Pro isn’t far from its official debut and this week we’ve learned a lot about the device. To add a cherry on top, Ishan Agarwal has posted more tidbits about the OnePlus 8 Pro, including its display and more. A huge leak earlier this week from the same source revealed the full spec sheet for the … Continue reading Another OnePlus 8 Pro leak teases bright display, new haptics, OxygenOS optimization

Outlook for Android will soon get the new Discover feature

Microsoft today announced the new Discover feature that is rolling out to Outlook for Android Insiders. This new feature will allow users to stay up-to-date with what’s going on in their organization in Outlook. The new Discover feature uses machine learning to identify documents that are popular among employees close to an user in their … Continue reading Outlook for Android will soon get the new Discover feature

Watch Concept Creator’s Samsung Galaxy Note20 with renewed S-Pen and Zoom camera (video)

We are still many months away from the release of the Samsung Galaxy Note20, and while some details have leaked, the first official renders/ photos are still some way off. This has never stopped Jermaine Smit, AKA Concept Creator, from visualizing what upcoming handsets would look like however, and today we have his vision of … Continue reading Watch Concept Creator’s Samsung Galaxy Note20 with renewed S-Pen and Zoom camera (video)

Huawei P40 and P40 Pro specs leak ahead of the launch

Huawei is rumoured to announce it’s flagship phones for 2020 later this week. The Huawei P40 and P40 Pro will be replacing the current flagships from the company and will be hitting the markets soon. Just days before the launch, known smartphone leaker Ishan Agarwal has shared the specs of the device online. According to the leak, The Huawei … Continue reading Huawei P40 and P40 Pro specs leak ahead of the launch

Spotify ‘Home’ revamped w/ personalized shortcuts, rolling out on Android, iOS

Spotify has been tweaking its mobile app quite a bit recently, and today, the company is announcing a revamp for the first screen you see in its app. Spotify’s “Home” tab is getting a redesign. With this latest change to the Spotify mobile app, the “Home” tab is getting better at serving you the content … Continue reading Spotify ‘Home’ revamped w/ personalized shortcuts, rolling out on Android, iOS

Android 10’s ‘Rules’ rolling out to Google Pixel w/ trigger-based settings

For quite some time, Android has been teasing trigger-based settings by the name of “Rules.” We thought that’d be available widely in Android 10, but Google never launched the feature. Now, Android’s “Rules” are starting to show up on a lot of Google Pixel devices, hinting they might be included in the next “Feature Drop.” … Continue reading Android 10’s ‘Rules’ rolling out to Google Pixel w/ trigger-based settings

Galaxy Note 20: Samsung reportedly downgrades storage to 128GB on base model

Here’s something that will surely shock you. Samsung is working on its next Galaxy Note — probably called the Galaxy Note 20 — and now we’re getting reports it will ship with 128GB of storage in its base model. SamMobile reports from sources familiar with Samsung’s plans that the Galaxy Note 20 will have a … Continue reading Galaxy Note 20: Samsung reportedly downgrades storage to 128GB on base model

TCL Shows off world’s first rollable display smartphone concept

Along with the tri-folding display smartphone concept, TCL today revealed its rollable display smartphone concept. TCL claims that this is the world’s first rollable extendable smartphone concept. Unlike the existing foldable displays that increases the screen real estate using hinges, this TCL concept uses rollable display. After you press a button, you can basically pull the … Continue reading TCL Shows off world’s first rollable display smartphone concept

TCL showcases its tri-folding display smartphone concept

TCL today unveiled its tri-folding display device concept. This prototype device can transform from a 6.65-inch 3K AMOLED display smartphone to a 10-inch 3K AMOLED display tablet. This is a very early prototype with no software that can take advantage of the tri-folding capabilities. Thanks to the DragonHinge and ButterflyHinge hinges, the device can be … Continue reading TCL showcases its tri-folding display smartphone concept

HTC is apparently planning to launch a 5G smartphone this year

Over the past few years, the smartphone industry has changed dramatically and lost some players. HTC is a shell of what it once was, but the company isn’t completely done with smartphones. In a recent interview, HTC confirmed it has plans to launch a 5G smartphone this year. Speaking with UDN (via XDA), HTC’s CEO … Continue reading HTC is apparently planning to launch a 5G smartphone this year

Google advises consumers to not sideload its Android apps on new, uncertified Huawei devices

Last May, the US government placed Huawei on an export blacklist that impacted its working relationship with Google. New Android devices from the Chinese company could not be certified to run Gmail, Maps, or the Play Store. Ahead of upcoming Huawei devices, Google has issued a lengthy consumer-facing statement about the situation, as well as … Continue reading Google advises consumers to not sideload its Android apps on new, uncertified Huawei devices

Xiaomi MI MIX Alpha will be on sale at these Indian stores

The MI MIX Alpha is the world’s first smartphone to feature a surround-display design.  The two-sided display features a 2.15mm thick stripe on the back of the smartphone to house the cameras.  This design has allowed Xiaomi to achieve a 180% screen to body ratio. Xiaomi just officially announced that they will be releasing India’s … Continue reading Xiaomi MI MIX Alpha will be on sale at these Indian stores

Play my emails feature to come to more outlook users : Microsoft

At Ignite 2019, Microsoft announced a brand-new feature for Outlook Mobile called Play My Emails. This feature will read out emails received in the Outlook app in what Microsoft calls a “natural” voice; using the technology behind Cortana’s natural speaking capabilities. When you are on your commute, multitasking or anytime your hands may be busy doing other … Continue reading Play my emails feature to come to more outlook users : Microsoft

Google Docs autocorrect widely rolling out as Smart Compose exits G Suite beta

Last November, Google Docs started testing autocorrect and Smart Compose as part of leveraging machine learning to improve user productivity. Those two features are now widely rolling out, though availability is tiered. Autocorrect in Google Docs on the web is identical to live spelling and grammar correction that first debuted for Gmail. Misspelled words are … Continue reading Google Docs autocorrect widely rolling out as Smart Compose exits G Suite beta